Knights of Columbus Assemblies are composed of 4th Degree Sir Knights. Each Assembly has a Color Corps that participates at religious and public functions.
Since the Ordinary Form and the Extraordinary Form each have specific ritual features, it follows that the actions of the Color Corps during an Extraordinary Form (Traditional Latin) Mass need to be stipulated and distinguished from those of the Ordinary Form Mass.
Here is a short video of the 4th Degree Color Corps during the Consecration of a Traditional Latin Mass, and below it is a table describing the actions of the Color Corps during both Forms of the Latin Rite.
Table: Color Corps Consecration Salute: Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms